Coronary catheterization

What is Coronary catheterization?

Inserting the catheter is catheterisation The procedure of inserting special catheter into arteries of the heart is called Coronary catheterisation. It is used specially to study the block or reserve or dilate or place a stent or follow up.

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I have been getting chest pain with slight shortness of breath on walking even 10 metres. The pain is across the entire chest wall. This is...

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Not withstanding the fact that your physician may have ruled out anything cardiac, to me your symptoms...

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This is a question related to my mother – aged about 56 years.

Incident: She suffered a heart attack 15 days ago.

History: My mother...

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I am sorry for your mother and understand your concern.
In order for me to help you better, I would request you to...

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My father had a MI initially presenting chest pain, loss of conciousness, fits and then recovered
He admitted to hospital and troponin was...

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As per the details that you have provided, your father has had an Acute Coronary Syndrome with positive troponin...

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